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. >> reporter: as cfo with a huge bank with six major divisions, no one holds doug braunstein personally responsely for the london whale debacle but he's one of a series of retiring executives in the wake of that crisis. he took the cfo post in 2010. he was increasingly worn down by the demands of the job, i am told, including whole whale situation which threw everybody in a tailspin starting in may. like many former investment bankers, alan schwartz formerly of bear stearns comes to mind. braunstein played a key role in helping jpmorgan secure a role in united health's $5 billion acquisition of the brazilian health care provider just this week, just as he's crunching for earnings on friday. braunstein may stick around for another couple of quarters while he figures out whether to stay, go, return to banking, but in the meantime there is no obvious successor. matt zanes while clearly qualified might regard the cfo position at least if it were stand-alone as a demotion considering that right now he oversees braunstein which was part of the transition they made a couple of months ago. othe
don't care anymore. if you want to own it for investment you can do it. this is controversial, doug cass saying this is wrong, i remain convinced when we see the apple iphone numbers we will be impressed, not depressed. >> so own it before the quarter. >> speculation about an ipod mini going out as early as this weekend. it has lagged the s&p by 600 basis points since august. >> that's a tremendous disparity, when you say look, i believe in the future of some of these. one of the things doug cass was saying, who doesn't know it's cheap? the answer is many, because you have $630. [ bell ringing ] unfortunately for a lot of people who don't do the math that's a $63 stock that sells at ten times earnings. general dynamics, i think that apple's market is more robust than general dynamics. >> opening bell, nature foods celebrating at the nasdaq, cunb celebrating its listing day. >> robust, the food market that is natural foods has remained healthy week on cnbc, you and i, and sur prized how robust the healthy food business is in the world, conagra saying the healthy choice business reall
is that they'll continue to manage things cautiously. >> doug freedman is an analyst with rbc capital markets, downgraded intel to market perform from outperform a month ago. that was a $24 price target. good to see you. welcome. >> thanks. good to be here. >> you say the report is not likely to alter sentiment on the stock. is that because everybody is so down on it? >> yes. i would agree with that. really, there's two things in play here. demand side is just not working. and on the internal side, management has to take action toes bring leverage back to the business model. >> what is the solution, if any? are we just in some sort of structure ka none dumb as we watch tablets take over? >> that absolutely is part of the problem. there's the problem that intel's growth expectation, they were targeting 60 billion in revenue these year. we're going toned somewhere at 54 billion. so we're seeing the fact that they let their installed base get a little too big. >> i know we're down and some people anticipated that would not be the case. is that becoming more of a problem than perhaps investors re
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